Sampling of 13 questions found on the certification exam

1
Which of the following steps is not part of the Chain of Survival for a cardiac arrest victim?*

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2
Good Samaritan Laws aim to protect bystanders who volunteer to offer help to someone in need of urgent medical attention. Which category of people is not protected under this law?*
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3
Which is the appropriate part to placing an AED pad when assisting an adult who has just suffered a cardiac arrest?
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After offering resuscitation in the event of a cardiac arrest and your patient starts breathing, what's the best recovery position to put them in to maintain a clear airway?*
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5
How deep should you make your compressions when performing CPR on a child*
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6
Which of the following statement best describes how an AED works?*
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Which of the following depicts the actual differences in CPR for an adult, child, and infant?*
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What is the first thing rescuers need to do when they arrive at the scene of an emergency before they assess the patient and start CPR?*
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9
During a 2-rescuer adult CPR, rescuers can switch roles after…*
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10
What is compressions to breaths ratio in child CPR involving a single rescuer?*
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11
How much time should you spend checking for breathing as you perform CPR?*
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You perform 1-rescuer CPR on an adult victim; you get an AED, and it advises you to shock the victim. What will your next step be after using the AED?*
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Which of the following statements best describes how to operate an AED properly?*
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Our CPR/AED & First Aid certification course strictly adheres to the American Heart Association (AHA) and Emergency Cardiovascular Care (ECC) updated guidelines. After successfully passing the official CPR/AED & First Aid certification exam, you will receive your digital certificate via email immediately. A hard copy of your certification card will be delivered via first-class mail within 2-5 business days.